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Apr 18, 2010 9:00am EDT
. america's pastime indeed. now today's weather. it will be cool and rainy in the northeast. sunny and warm out west. and in the south. things will switch in the week ahead with wet weather arriving in the west and southeast. ahead, cookies that are positively habit forming. >> hallelujah, we're going to see the cookies. >> osgood: but first listening for signs of intelligent life. [ beeping ] ♪ my country ♪ 'tis of thee ♪ sweet land ♪ of liberty ♪ of thee i sing [ laughs ] ♪ oh, land ♪ where my fathers died ♪ land of the pilgrims' pride ♪ from every mountainside ♪ let freedom ring ♪ >> stay away from that guy. he's grouchy. >> osgood: that scene from the 1997 movie "men in black" makes light of a cosmic question. are we alone in the universe? our cover story is reported now by don teague. >> reporter: are we alone? it's a question we humans have been asking ourselves since we first gazed upward to the heavens. consider the constellations of the ancient greeks, the theories of copernicus. and, of course, the movies. maybe it's because of all those hollywood movies that
Apr 4, 2010 9:00am EDT
4th, 1993. the day america's lot of the most competative word spin and the scrabble inventor died at the age of 93. the dreamed up his game while jobless during the great depression and tinkered with it for years and called the early version crisscross words before they set on scrabble. a genuine word. it was obscurity until the president of macy's is reputed to discovered it while on vacation and the rest weighs often say is history. incidentally it's good for 70 extra bonus points played at once and it's played for fun in countless american households and played for keeps by hundreds at the annual national scrabble championship competition. the author of the scrabble book word freak knows the game's attractions as well. >> for people it's a calling memorizing the words, making these plays. solving the puzzles and that's what every game is, it's a puzzle. >> osgood: often frustrating which all the fans can thank him. the letters of whose name spelled board flusters them. next, highrise homes in an age old land. >> osgood: the middle east nation of yemen has been make headlines in
Apr 25, 2010 9:00am EDT
teichner shows us where america stands in this new decade of art. first the ed lines for this sunday morning the 25th of april, 2010. tornadoes ripped through four states in the south yesterday leaving at least ten people dead including three children. particularly hard hit, louisiana and mississippi. here's mark strassmann. >> reporter: the search goes on for survivors after a huge tornado tore through parts of western and central mississippi on saturday. it was reportedly almost a mile wide. damage from the storm is extensive. high school senior conner was in his car when the twister.... >> snuck up on us faster than expected. we were only able to catch a glimpse of the tornado before we realized it was heading right for us. we ended up getting hit by it. >> reporter: a tornado also slammed into a chemical plant and shipyard in louisiana. a number of homes were destroyed but no one was seriously hurt. tornado watches are expected to remain in effect through the weekend. for sunday morning, this is mark strassmann in atlanta. >> osgood: the coast guard has called off the search for
Apr 11, 2010 9:00am EDT
of the monarch butterflies in north america, hundreds of millions of them. >> the monarch has the most fantastic migration of any insect in the world. the butterflies that fly here have never been here before. >> reporter: the magnificent journey of the monarch butterfly later on sunday morning. >> osgood: vic damone is a veteran of the golden age of crooning. though he's long retired he still has plenty of stories to tell from usher in the aisles to headliner on the stage. this morning rita braver will pay him a visit. ♪ i have but one heart > his beautiful voice and his movie star looks made vic damone a popular vocalist for decades. you said that when you approached a song you would just say that's a nice lyric. >> it has to mean something to you in your soul. >> reporter: later on sunday morning vic damone on singing sinatra and staying power. >> osgood: if you're hearing voices with no popular singer or anybody else in sight, rest assured that you are not alone. unseen voices are all around us as nancy giles knows full well. >> reporter: voiceovers, the voices you hear on the radio, audio
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